• School of Engineering and Applied Science, Aston University

      B4 7ET Birmingham

      United Kingdom

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    Biography

    Arezoo Vejdanparast is a Teaching Fellow at the Aston Professional Engineering Centre Department. She is also a member of the Artificial Life and Intelligent Collectives Engineering research lab.

    Arezoo received her PhD in Computer Science in 2020 from Aston University, UK. Her PhD explored the impact of simplified abstract modelling on the ability of simulators to capture real-world behaviours.

    Her research interests primarily focus on applying data mining techniques including predictive modelling to support decision-making processes in real-world applications, and exploring self-organising behaviours of autonomous computing systems in collective environments. Her teaching focuses on Data Mining, Data structures and Algorithms, and Computational Intelligence modules.

    Teaching Activity

    • DC3440 - Data Mining (UG)
    • DC2DSA - Data Structures and Algorithms (UG)
    • DC3CIN - Computational Intelligence (UG)

    Employment

    March 2023 - Present: Teaching Fellow- Aston University

    July 2020 - March 2023: Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Data Science)- Aston University

    Contact Details

    Email: [email protected]

    Room number: MB308

     

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD, Improving the fidelity of abstract camera network simulations

    11 Jan 201619 Dec 2019

    Award Date: 23 Sept 2020

    MSc, Clustering in Wireless Sensor Network with Respect to Balance of Energy

    Sept 2009Mar 2011

    Award Date: 6 Aug 2011

    BSc, Application of Artificial Immune Systems in Computer Networks’ Security Systems, Azad University of Tehran

    Sept 2004Mar 2008

    Award Date: 12 Jul 2008

    PG Cert, PGCert

    Sept 2023 → …

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